Ford leads cards

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Jody Ford was the top pinochle player at the North Valley Senior Citizens Center on May 7 with 6,570. D. J. Lopez and Jerome Sand tied for second with 6,410. Juli Hooker and Shirley Ann Barnes melded 300 pinochle. Jeff Fredenberg won the door prize.

In cribbage on May 2, Jean Voermans was the top scorer with 714 points. Leroy Stevens was second with 666 points. Jean Voermans had the high hand at 24. Marvel Lucas had the high crib at 16.

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Feeling lonely? Sit on the Buddy Bench

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